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The Dallas-Fort Worth community is our home, and we are proud to support all the small businesses who make the Metroplex the great place that it is.

To show our gratitude to the local community, the Dallas Stars Foundation is proud to launch our Small Business Spotlight presented by BMO to showcase the great work local businesses are doing.

In honor of Black History Month, we featured Black-owned businesses who are making a difference in the community. The Small Business Spotlight was a huge hit with our fans and community. To continue our support, we are now accepting applications from businesses owned by women and members of LGBTQIA and BIPOC communities to be featured in our Small Business Spotlight. To apply, click below:

Through our partnership with BMO, each business will be receiving a grant to help with their business endeavors.

It's what's made us a favorite spot for friends, families, and co-workers to gather and take a break from their day. It's why we've hosted bible studies, rehearsal dinners, baby showers, and even a wedding (yes, a wedding!) at our restaurant. And it's why we work so hard every day-we're building a legacy for our family and our community. We invite you to come see us for GOOD MEATS, GOOD SIDES and GOOD VIBES. 

Their goal is to create a sense of community through memories and moments. No matter your style, age, opinion, religion, skin color or background. 

The Plant Project is the latest concept of The Iman Project. Deeply Rooted in Diversity The Plant Project was created to celebrate community, culture and plants. We are MORE than a Plant Shop. We are a place where we know, in order to GROW we must ROOT for one another. We are a place where love for a diverse community will grow. The Plant Project is the First Black Woman Owned Plant Shop in Dallas, Texas, located in the heart of Uptown. It was created due to the lack of color in the Dallas Plant World. Housed in an area that once upon a time was the first settlement of ex-slaves known as Freedman's Town. Now a place where all can grow together.

Sometimes you have to dig deeper … to grow stronger. And this is our mission here at The Iman Project x The Plant Project.